The Sports Diva has reached a milestone and wasn’t really aware of it.
Even though 30 Plus Teams , 30 Plus Dreams is about what to do in a city after you’ve been to that baseball , hockey , football , or basketball game, there hadn’t been any 30 Plus Teams Tour of anywhere to go to , thanks to you know what .
Instead, it has been lots of public transportation rides somewhere in New York City .
One thing hasn’t changed though.
Many of you are still interested in my little old story, and a lot of you have joined along the way.
Many of you have been with me through my travel quotes, my visits to some sporting event, and you still want to know what’s in my suitcase .
400 plus people want to know this and for that, I am very grateful and extremely blessed that you find my posts entertaining .
Even though there is no airline travel or travel to sporting events, (no fans but there are sports, people ), I’m going to keep on giving you the best posts that I can.
I hope that you’ll continue going on this blogging journey with me .
While doing a 30 Plus Teams Tour staycation of Kew Gardens , I wanted something to drink, but not an adult beverage and not a coffee from either Dunkin Donuts or Seven Eleven coffee.
While doing some exploring around the area near the Kew Gardens Long Island Railroad Station was, I noticed a place called , ‘Mr. Wish’.
It claimed that it had ‘healthy bubble drinks and fruit teas.’
I looked at the pictures on the store window and on the menu, and I saw a drink that I hadn’t had since I lived in Los Angeles .
It was Pearl Milk Tea.
For $3.75 plus taxes, I figured why not get a medium one?
I had time to kill before my train back to Locust Manor came.
The Pearl Milk Tea was delicious , and made just the way I like my bubble tea.
No sugar needed, and big bubble pieces that are big but not that big that they won’t fit through your straw .
It just so happens that Mr. Wish’s teas and fruit juices are the number one brand in Taiwan and besides having stores in Taiwan and the United States , they also have locations in China , Vietnam , plus 150 other locations.
It’s easy to see why.
The store that I went to is located at 80 – 62 Lefferts Boulevard , Kew Gardens .
Mr. Wish claims that they have ‘authentic Fruit and Bubble Teas.’
If you can’t get to New York City or the borough of Queens, see if there is a Mr. Wish in your city.
You won’t be disappointed and the prices are very reasonable .
Once again, the weather is nice here in the beginning of October all ready.
I decided to do another 30 Plus Teams Tour day trip of another neighborhood in Queens , Kew Gardens .
Kew Gardens is actually close to the section of Queens that I live in.
I can either take two buses to get there , the subway, or as usual, the Long Island Railroad .
The Kew Gardens Long Island Railroad Station is two stops away from me, after Jamaica JFK .
If the name sounds familiar , it’s because like most towns in the eastern part of the United States , there’s towns in England with the same name , and many of the buildings in Kew Gardens look like houses in England .
While many of us can’t get to England or anywhere else, enjoy the pictures from my day in Kew Gardens .